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after former nsa contractor. a major internet hardware company is laying off 4,000 employees. david louie joins us now with details how he is speen yauj is going to cut workers. david? >> those 4,000 layoffs represent about 5% of the global work force. many of those 4,000 point the finger of blame at edward snowden. >> now, they've been+'n getting banned with a lot of countries and i think they're anticipating a major fall out. >> the tech analyst is battling a perception they might have secret codes embedded to allow nsa to spy overseas that. can impact sales fueled by revelations by former nsa contractor snow den. >> when there are rumors of china doing the same thing, congress banned to do the same thing sort of blocking sales now nsa has been found to do this. >> this with economic weakness could be why they weren't allowed to meet expectations reporting higher profits today but with future growth projected 2% lower, cisco stock price dropped 10% in after hours trading. cisco has almost 17,500 employees global head count is 75,000. the company has a history of layoffs added 7500
neighborhoods. i will say are you for the nsa looking into your e-mails and phone records? if you are for that, you have to be for this. you can't be for that and not for this. >> amen. >> it has to be one or the other. it is the same thing. it is a personal -- a front that somebody who is not carrying a gun walking down the street and then all of a sudden somebody says, we are going stop and frisk you. we have to do this. this is our policy and howdy meaning that must be -- how demeaning it must be for the person. the other thing is don't do it. see if it turns into chicago. >> thases -- that's a scary thing. they do a controlled trial of a drug and a drug is not working at all, so they just stop it. they only do it for a year and then in three months everyone is dying from it. i think we should stop it. that's what happened. i agree with you. stop and frisk is nsa on foot. that's what it is. the fact is it works. i am tired of people saying that they are against the nsa and for this. it seems to be telling me something about who they are okay with searching. >> how do we know it works? clim
in silicone valle, after former nsa contractor, edward snowden leaked information. cisco is laying off 4,000 employees. we have details now on how it's causing job cuts. >> ever since the nsa thing they have been quietly banned in a lot of countries and i think they are anticipating a major fall off as a result. >> tech analyst said that kicis is battling the idea that they have codes in their technology that allows spying overseas. >> when there were rumors of china doing the same thing, congress moved to ban much of the chinese imports in companies in the u.s., and they blocked chinese sales. now that u.s. has been found to do it, china is saying if you can do it we can to. >> cisco reported higher quarterly profits today, but with future growth projected to be about 2% lower than expected. cisco's stock price dropped 10% in after hours trading. cisco is not saying where the layoffs will occur, the global head count is 75,000. the company has a history of layoffs even as it added 7500 workers. last summer, layoffs inspected 1300. it will free up money to spur growth opportunities. cisc
intelligence james clapper will head a government review of nsa spying. president obama announced an independent review of the nsa's operations on friday, but then suggested clapper would be in namee three at clapper's immediately sparked outrage following accusations he lied to congress about nsa surveillance earlier this year. a national security council spokesperson says the white house, not clapper, will choose the review panel's members. ihe military contractor cac international is seeking legal cross from four iraqi prisoners who unsuccessfully sued the company for the portrait abu ghraib. in iraqi farmer alleges he was caged, beaten, threatened with dogs and given electric shocks to wring more than four years in u.s. detention. but a federal judge dismissed the case in june, citing the recent supreme court decision to restrict lawsuits under the alien tort statute against corporations for abuses on foreign soil. based on that ruling, the website, dreams reports that caci has filed a lawsuit demanding the four iraqis hand over $15,000 to cover the firm's legal fees. the top
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about michael shure. i don't know if he was working for the n.s.a. or using the force. mark compared mitt romney to whatever he compared him to, a star wars character, right? and everybody was like oh, my god, that's so interesting! there were at least 30 articles about that. >> i think that people -- >> people here freaked out. >> people care because what luke skywalker said. the media gets it wrong, too, but the media talks about important issues far more than the rest of the world, that's why when we see these numbers about the n.s.a. spying, it's like ahh. cenk: there's apparently a pull out today saying james clapper should be prosecuted for lying to congress. >> how many people know who he is? >> apparently enough to say that he should be prosecuted. >> you should get mark hamill to say he should be prosecuted. >> al gore, i know some folks felt he followed current and should have followed through and instead sold it and the report was that it was $500 million. first of all, he was part owner of current, right? he didn't just take it and put it in his pocket, and they had costs
company is splashing about 4,000 jobs. sisco is battling a perception the servers allow the nsa to spy overseas because of the edward snowden whistle-blower scandal. they say that will impact sales. it is unknown how many layoffs will affect the san jose headquarters. >>> facebook is making new changes. it is now trying to be a bit more celebrity friendly. the menlo park social networking site will unveil new vip features that lets stars in ter act with their fans easily. they are trying to match twitter. >>> one man turned in money he found and did the right thing. they found the envelope outside vie sale yaw's dmv office and he didn't theng about keeping it. >> it wasn't mean and i felt like it was somebody's life saving and somebody in desperate need of it. it is back in the hands of who had it and i didn't want it to go to anybody else's hands. >> good guy. the rightful owners claimed the cash the next day. his decision is more admirable considering he and his wife could have used the money. the couple live off a single disability check each month. good man. did the right thing. >>
of the workforce cisco is battling a perception they allowed the n.s.a. to spy overseas because of the edward snowden whistleblower scandal and analysts say that will impact sales. it is unknown how many will affect headquarters. >> ikea is recalling two children's beds including the critter model bed and singular bed. contact ikea for a free repair kit. but there is a risk with a broken rod. we have more information on abc7news.com. >> a new report shows that the cot of raising a child is chiming at a rate many families cannot keep up with. the department agriculture has crunched the numbers and if you had a baby last year, it will cost you $241,000 to raise him or her for 17 years. not including check. that is a 3 percent increase from 2011. at the same time, wages are not keeping up, and the median annual household income has fallen $4,000 since 2000. for the age and money. >> good hung with that. >> you love days like this if you have a solar panel. we have a perfect day full of sunshine away from the coast where you will see a little bit of sunshine, maybe not so much as yesterday with l
mind the question of how complicit different companies were in the nsa scandal. that is a lit je let jet matt q. but, at same time, google is doing with that data is trying to sell you stuff for the most part. what the nsa is doing is trying to find a reason to put new jail. neil: they can take leaps with that and share that with a lot of folks, that we never intended to happen. katherine thank you very much. now to lawyer who is livid. rebecca rose woodland said that by breaking into your e-mails is breaking the law. rebecca. google says no, this is a part of what you sign up for as a g-mail user, and as a g-ml receiver. >> how can a g-mail receiver sign up anything? neil: apparently, when you open that e-mail,l, you become vulnerable. >> and i knew? did you know. first of all you don't distinguish where it is from, you don't accept the terms with every e-mail does a come a question, do you accept the terms of that g-mail user's account, they don't get that, if that i want to take my information, aol users all net thrown out to every e-mail user, if they want to save it they can tou
of stop and frisk in 1968. bob, i have to tell you, i wrestle with it, nsa stuff bothers me, it is not in my opinion constitutional. this seems to be constitutional. >> 65 drop due to this. give you some facts. 4.4 million stops in new york city. 4.4 million, over 50% of the people in new york city. >> of a 10 or 12 year period. >> 1.5 per 4.4 million guns were found, that's it. everything else they didn't find anything. of those, 1 were black, 1.1 hispanic, 3% white. 4.4 million people, you came up with that little stuff and that was the reason you dropped crime 65%? get out of here. it is unconstitutional. show me one thing they did. >> chicago and philly don't have stop and frisk, chicago has a murder rate four times new york, and philly about triple. >> does that help you wrestle to the right conclusion? come on. >> if you wish to adopt chicago's tactics over new york city's, you're an accomplice to mass murder. >> if you believe this stops crime. 4.4 million, and 1%? >> they confiscated so many illegal weapons and don't put them back, it helps decrease arrests, crimes a
contributed to his actions. >>> and nsa leaker edward snowden has apparently had a conversation with his father who is still here in the u.s. the father and son chatted online, marking the first time they've had direct contact since snowden left the country. he says he plans to visit his son in russia as soon as he can get a visa. >>> former illinois congressman jesse jackson jr. has been sentenced to 30 months behind bars for misusing campaign funds. jackson's wife, who was the campaign manager, got a year in jail for filing false tax returns. because they have young children, she'll serve that sentence after jackson completes his. >>> the military is about to begin offering benefits to same-sex spouses. the health care, housing and other benefits will be provided by september 3rd to same-sex spouses service members. personnel in a gay relationship that is stationed in a state that does not permit them to marry, will be allowed to take leave to travel to a state where they can marry legally. >>> a new design for the $100 bill will be released in october. the bills failed an inspection b
a perception the servers allow the nsa to spy overseas because of the edward snowden whistle-blower scandal. they say that will impact sales. it is unknown how many layoffs will affect the san jose headquarters. >>> facebook is making new changes. it is now trying to be a bit more celebrity friendly. the menlo park social networking site will unveil new vip features that lets stars in ter act with their fans easily. they are trying to match twitter. >>> one man turned in money he found and did the right thing. they found the envelope outside vie sale yaw's dmv office and he didn't theng about keeping it. >> it wasn't mean and i felt like it was somebody's life saving and somebody in desperate need of it. it is back in the hands of who had it and i didn't want it to go to anybody else's hands. >> good guy. the rightful owners claimed the cash the next day. his decision is more admirable considering he and his wife could have used the money. the couple live off a single disability check each month. good man. did the right thing. >>> let's talk about the weather forecast. it is warming up stil
have been in this whole discussion about the nsa, and snowden, and manning, and all of that, and i'm not unsympathetic to his talking about the pressure of being gay in the workplace and all of that. but i think chris just said i don't think that's an excuse for leaking zillions of documents involving our national security. >> no, of course not. here is the reality. i think manning and snowden don't belong in the same conversation most times. and i think bradley mannings release of the video, i think is clearly a whistleblower activity and deserved to be handled as such. the problem with bradley manning, is he released documents and material he did not even vet himself. and he gave it to someone who believed i think [ inaudible ] put the stuff out that is germane to a crime, and they accidentally on purpose released all of it. and not all of it was evidence of crime, and evidence of, you know, lies of the united states -- matter of fact a large majority wasn't. and a good portion of it was -- was just kind of normal classified secret material that other people don't need to see, an
for the republican party to stop the esoteric worry about the nsa surveillance and he was asking if he had made a specific reference to rand paul and others. he had kind of a libertarian approach to it. the united states need to defend herself, and now lou: are we to take the silence is affirmation that they have moved beyond stupidity? >> not in the slightest. there are some conservative two parties that are pushing hard for strong reforms to the gop. it is time for them to moderate some reviews and that doesn't seem to be the tone here. they say that the principle should stay the same. lou: thank you very much. much more on the race to 2016 and we will be talking. ed klein joins us with the latest on hillary clinton coming up next, jedediah bila on the president. the boys used double miles from their capital one ventureard to fly home for the big family reunion. you must be garth's father? hello. mother. mother! traveling is easy with the venture card because you can fly any airline anytime. two words. double miles! this guy can act. wanna play dodge rock? oh, you guys! and with double miles
snowden. if you want to talk about the debate over the nsa and the changes the president is announcing they wouldn't happen without the whistle-blowers. >> that's all for us tonight. anderson starts in a few moments. ything, safely and on time. ♪ tracks! they connect the factories built along the lines. and that means jobs, lots of people, making lots and lots of things. let's get your business rolling now, everybody sing. ♪ norfolk southern what's your function? ♪ ♪ helping this big country move ahead as one ♪ ♪ norfolk southern how's that function? ♪ [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn't. stop pretending. only flood insurance covers floods. ♪ visit floodsmart.gov/pretend to learn your risk. >>> breaking news, a massacre in egypt and a bloody mess for washington. later tonight, hannah anderson tells the story of her abduction and why she is glad the man who kidnapped her, a close family friend, is dead. the controversy continues as new york a
is slashing 4,000 jobs, 5 percent of the workforce. cisco is battling a perception they allowed the n.s.a. to spy overseas because of the edward snowden whistleblower scandal which will impact sales and it is not cheer how many of the layoffs will affect the san jose headquarters. >> there will be spraying after more mosquitoes tested positive for west nile with fogging underway tonight at 11:00. crews will spray the zones that will take several hours to complete. >> time for a look at the weather, the outdoor conditions. mike? >> you can see from emeryville what we are dealing with are low clouds and as we switch sources you can see from the exploritorium the clouds are covering the bay and notice they are lower this morning. it is more humid out there, the many layer is compressed and it is really low so you may drive into some mist this morning, and if we see any drizzle it will be more likely tomorrow but it could be a misty drive if you drive up above 500' this morning. now, what is going on as far as our high and the average we are going to be warmer-than-average by three degrees in
,000 jobs which is 5 percent the works for. they are battling perception that the servers allowed n.s.a. to spy overseas because of the edward snowden whistleblower scandal. tech analysts say that will likely impact sales. it is not known how many will be affected in san jose headquarters. >> investors will watch apple to see if they can close above $500 a share. they closed yesterday at $498 but crossed the $500 mark early in the day. apple storm is on a roll after tweets from carl icahn calling the company "under valued." he bought a sizable chunk of the shares. mike? >> it is bullish and that is another reason why it is going up. he helped it get bullish. would you stop dancing, joey? joey! >> he owns a little bit of apple stock... >> trying to work here, joey. >> go, go get some doughnuts and coffee. you have been dancing for five minutes. >> he is a character. >> now, looking at our live doppler 7 hd you can see the cloud cover is creating flight arrival dries at one hour and 39 minutes and you can find flight today we have temperatures close to average but outside, it is more humi
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of information he has about american intelligence about the n.s.a. for their own good. that would be acting they might consider in their own national interest. so are they doing that giving him everything he knows? >> and you can ask the same question about the chinese when he was in hong kong. >> rose: what do you assume? >> i would assume that their intelligence services would be delinquent in their duty if they didn't make every effort to do that. i don't know the answer. >> rose: i talked to a former c.i.a. person and said would we be doing that if we had the opportunity? of course. >> his father says it hasn't happened. i don't know. i don't know. >> rose: okay, what about syria? is -- where do you think -- where do you think the effort to put together some kind of -- and the united states desperately wants and john kerry desperately wants russian cooperation to figure out a way to stop syria from becoming a stalemate and a civil war that just goes on and on and on. >> rose: and putin wants it, too. so you would think that would be enough to act on. here's the conflict no story began y
concern and everyone's kind of pouncing on it. pamela? >> especially in the wake of the nsa concontroversy. thank you. >>> now to this one. there are questions you just don't ask a woman. what's your weight? what's your age? and what's your bra size? so when a commander with the detroit police department accidentally sent out an e-mail listing not only the weight of 20 female officers but also their bra sizes, you can only imagine the reaction. the measurements were taken when the officers were fitted for bullet proof vests. the assistant chief says it was an honest mistake. >> this was not done maliciously. it was a clerical error. it is not the practice of the police department to share sensitive information. >> one female officer filed a grievance. another is now looking into the possibility of a lawsuit. it probably doesn't make them feel better, but this isn't the first time something like this has happened. two years ago the indianapolis police department sent out a similar e-mail. all right. that's it for me. brooke baldwin takes it from here. >>> hundreds are dead. there's no leade
documents to wikileaks. his military trial coupled with edward snowden's revelations over top secret nsa surveillance programs raising questions about motives of different so-called hackers. in the world of cybersecurity, there are two types of hackers. on one hand you have the so-called good guys. known as the white hats, who have the goal to find holes in the system so they can be fixed and not exploited. on the other hand there are the black hats, the hackers who take advantage of those weaknesses and those quite frankly are the bad guys. we have a columnist and former publisher of "the wall street journal.". gordon, one of the things that came up in the conversations about these stories is whether or not the government wears the black hats or the white hats. how would you answer that question. >> let's start at the beginning which is why we're having debate about government surveilance. at end of the day the reason is, our 9/11 happened. in the 1990s, there were at the request of privacy advocates new rules put in place. made it very hard for intelligence agencies to gather the dots
the nsa scandal has made some strange bedfellows. people on the far left like oliver stone, libertarians like rand paul and staunch conservatives who believe the government is overstepping their bounds by surveying regular americans, parlaying intelligence interests in to criminal investigations with the d.a. and the irs. this is extra and aconstitutional. charles: this hurt the president with young people tremendously. really odd. >> we can fight about obamacare all the time but when it comes to this privacy issue, we are now all in agreement. wait a second. were you doing behind our backs and the point about young people, we are in the social media, but younger people are in social media at era where there is facebook and all these things and we are wondering is everything going in the hands of the government. charles: on the cover of the new atlantic out right now called the drone -- along as a lines they hid the fact he is killing so many people with these drones without any -- liz: there is bipartisan agreement on that. >> he says i will make changes. where? charles: might not be th
americans pay $10 a month to have nsa not listen to their phones. is that an option? >> brian: are we going to debate the nsa? we need another hour. >> peter: who is this connect ed? >> brian: we're not sure. we told you about the irs targeting conservatives and the ongoing investigation. but now we found out something else, i found out yesterday, small businesses are the new target. small businesses, 20,000 letters went out to small businesses, mom and pop organizations, saying we have a hunch that you're underreporting your profits. haven't small businesses in america been through enough without this type of shakedown? >> peter: read us the letter you got. >> brian: i don't think it's fair for me to talk anymore. i'm going to pass. [ laughter ] >> gretchen: wow. okay. fox news alert. notification of possible income underreporting. that is a tearout, part of a quote of one of these letters -- >> brian: think about that, you're trying to make ends meet and all of a sudden you get that. you know it could destroy your business. you got to get your accountant involved and put everything down.
constituents not to support the senate bill. you're hearing a lot about nsa surveillance. there was one or two, i think moments of heated exchanges that were made public, basically americans saying you know, what are you doing to stop the government from snooping on our phone records and electronic communications. but a big thing is, these republicans continuing with their threat to shut down the government if obamacare is not left unfunded which, given the criticism, gained from its own senior colleagues and unlikely scenario that leadership in both chambers would support that plan, it is interesting to see these -- this group of conservative lawmakers taking that last stand, kind of really trying to show their supporters, their unwavering commitment to get rid of the law even if it takes shutting down the government. >> bill: one such -- before i get to that, it seems to me that the lack of press attention and the lack of real -- almost revolutionary tactics that these town hall meetings this summer -- really reflects that you don't have the organizational support which was stirring or fanni
into custody. the boy is fine. thank goodness he is back with his mother. >> nsa leaker edward snowden has had a conversation with his father in the u.s. the father and son chatted online, marking the first time they have had direct contact since snowden left the country. lon snowden plans to visit his son in russia as soon as he can get a visa to go there. >>> and army private bradley manning apologized for hurting the country by passing massive amounts of classified information to wikileaks. manning's sister testified telling the court about his troubled childhood and his experts said that manning's gender identity disorder contributed to his actions. manning e-mailed this picture of himself wearing a wig and lipstick. >>> an american track and field star speaking out about russia's controversial anti-gay law, taking part in the sports world championships going on now in moscow. abc's reporter is there. >> reporter: american runner nick simmons won his first international medal tuesday. >> flip that switch. used all my turbo. >> reporter: taking silver in the world championship of the 800 me
collection. and what we are trying to do is create another set of people also associated with nsa and cyber, whose mission is a defense, development of key devotees for the u.s. military and in the defense of the nation to be the last thing i will close on if it is the defense of the nation as you participate in an icy some of the names it's very important and the governments can help and need to help but another thing that has to happen is many of the civil networks are so purely protected themselves that it is very difficult for us to claim that we come to their aid. they need to be protected themselves and that gets to a much bigger problem in the society and that is that cybersecurity is under invested. there is a market failure in the cybersecurity field and those of you have companies to try to market products for cybersecurity is a hard slog to a lot of people don't want to spend a lot of money and acknowledge if they have a problem and so a lot of our critical businesses are more mobile than they should be and what should happen is they should take the steps to harden themselves and
to change the security issues, the ,overnment spying on everybody the nsa, the nda a, all of the things that are the hot topics right now as far as our civil liberties -- >> on the issue of civil liberties, do you see anybody taking the lead safari? >> rand paul, 100%. he's the only true candidate that is left. his father was robbed of how many states during the election? they changed the rules the night .efore they chose mitt romney there are things that have happened as far as his father. good chance have a at all, i don't think. comment this your evening from pennsylvania. we're keeping keeping our eye on town halls across the country that members are conducting in their district and you will see a lot of them on c-span and c- alabama,o, and here is tweeting he is excited to be alabama with north council of local governments. and also this tweet covered john mccain in tucson this week holding a town hall meeting and here is some of what he had to say. >> my daughter sent manna have to come back with an answer. >> sounds to me like discrimination. work at a hospice and we were effecte
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